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    Published 8 April 2019 Each year, the Doña Ana County treasurer, along with the other 32 county treasurers in the state, are required by law to compile a list of properties on which the property taxes have not been paid. If the property owner hasn’t paid the delinquent taxes within three years of the first

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    Published 24 march 2019 According to a March 17 report from the Las Cruces Association of Realtors, local brokers sold more homes during the first two months of this year than they did during the same period in 2018. LCAR recently reported that 2018 was our area’s third-best sales-production year on record. A total of

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    Published 24 February 2019 The Las Cruces Association of Realtors reported on Feb. 17 that local Realtors sold 130 new and existing homes, townhomes and condominiums in January. That number was just two sales shy of the 132 homes that were sold in January 2018, which was the third-best sales production year in our area’s

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    Published 27 January 2019 Prior to the Great Depression of the 1930s, obtaining a mortgage was a challenging task. Down payments were typically 50 percent of the purchase price, loan terms seldom exceeded 10 years, and balloon payments were the order of the day. It wasn’t until the passage of the Federal Home Loan Bank

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    Published 13 January 2019 According to a Jan. 7 report from the Las Cruces Association of Realtors, 2018 was the third-best production year on record for Las Cruces-area home sales. Local Realtors sold a total of 2,105 new and existing homes, townhomes and condominiums in 2018; falling just shy of the 2,136 homes sold in

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    Published 7 January 2019 For two weeks straight, Stanley Watras set off the radiation alarms as he entered his workplace at the Limerick Nuclear Power Plant in Pennsylvania. Authorities at the plant were stunned to learn that the source of the radiation was astoundingly high levels of radon gas in the basement of the Watras

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